Last Updated: June 26, 2019
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The Frick Estate Lectures are held on the grounds of the Nassau County Museum of Art
All lectures are held in the Mansion unless otherwise indicated
The Nassau County Museum of Art is situated on 145 acres and occupies an elegant Georgian mansion. The venue abounds with unique experiences that only a museum of true grandeur could offer, including formal gardens, outdoor sculpture park, arboretum, rolling lawns, meadows, and ponds. Every change of season.
Nassau/Suffolk Counties: Take Wantagh or Meadowbrook Parkway north to the Northern State Parkway west.
Cross Island Parkway to Northern State Parkway east Via Long Island Expressway or Northern State Parkway exit at Glen Cove Road (#39 on LIE, #31 on Northern). Drive north to the intersection with Route 25A/Northern Boulevard. Turn left (westbound). Continue to the second traffic light where the Museum entrance is on the right.
Take the Long Island Railroad Oyster Bay line to the Roslyn station or the Port Washington line to the Manhasset station. The museum is a short taxi or Uber/Lyft ride from either station.